Traveling has always been difficult for Cubans, often considered potential immigrants. Beyond the expenses, the bureaucratic procedures…
In one week, 329 people died, very close to the peak of the first wave in 2020. Cemetery reports up to two deaths per day.
Cuba’s top authorities have spent the past two months visiting places they’ve prefered to only give a sidelong glance for decades.
Requests have tripled since June, and continue to rise, for a total of 22,813 asylum requests in the past 8 months of 2021.
They are made up especially by young people, who collect donations of medicines, food, personal hygiene items, money & all kinds of supplies.
The Cuban Ministry of Tourism on Sept. 6, published a note officially announcing the gradual opening of the nation’s borders on November 15.
Cuba will soon begin the prequalification process before the World Health Organization for its COVID-19 vaccines.
While the Nicaraguan dictator praises the Taliban, the IMF withdraws the financial aid from the Afghan regime that it did grant Ortega.
“When will the virus go away?” the littlest asks. “Will we ever go back to school?” the middle child asks. “Will we die too?” asks the eldest.
Ramirez’ response to the charges: “I’m committed to democracy and freedom. My only weapons are words. They’ll never impose silence on me.”